University of Lucknow

This page focuses on the University of Lucknow. The university of Lucknow was established in 1921 in the city of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

The University is an epitome of excellence providing its students with certificate of diploma, bachelor's and master's degree courses in most of the streams of higher education.

The duration of such course starts from one year to maximum of five years.

The courses in University of Lucknow are offered in regular as well as self-financing basis.

Some departments offer specializations in some subjects.

The University of Lucknow gives affiliation to the following colleges:

Management Colleges under University of Lucknow
Institute of Tourism Studies, Lucknow.
Indian Institute of, Management Lucknow

Medical Colleges under University of Lucknow.
King George's Medical College, Lucknow,
State College of Ayurveda, Lucknow.

Engineering Colleges under University of Lucknow
Institute of Engineering & Technology, Sitapur Road, Lucknow
Government College of Architecture, Lucknow

Degree Colleges Under University of Lucknow
Shashi Bhushan Balika Vidyalaya, Lucknow
Jubilee Girls College, Char Bugh, Lucknow
Arnri-ud-daula Islamia Degree College, Lucknow.
lsbella Thoburn Degree College, Lucknow
A P Sen Memorial Girls Degree College, Lucknow.
Jubilee Girls College, Char Bugh, Lucknow
Avadh Girls Degree College, Lucknow
Khun Khunji Girls Degree College, Lucknow
Bappa Sri Narain Vocational Degree College, Lucknow
Krishna Devi Girls Degree College, Ramnagar, Lucknow
Lucknow Christian Degree College, Lucknow
Mahila Vidyalaya Degree College, Lucknow
D A V Degree College, Lucknow
Mumtaz Degree College, Lucknow
Jai Narain Degree College, Lucknow
Nari Shiksha Niketan Degree College, Lucknow
Kalicharan Degree College, Lucknow
Navyug Kanya Vidyalaya,, Lucknow
Karamat Husain Muslim Girls Degree College, Lucknow
Shia Degree College, Lucknow
National Degree College, Lucknow
Vidyant Hindu Degree College, Lucknow

In the regular category here is a list of some of the following courses are taught in the University of Lucknow:

Faculty of Arts, Science and Commerce in University of Lucknow
Graduation: BA, B.Sc, B.Com
Post graduation: MA, MPA, M.Sc, M.Com, M.Tech, Master of Philosophy (M Phil), MBA

Faculty of Law and Education
Graduation: LL.B, B.A., B. Ed
Post graduation: LL.M, M.A., M. Ed

Faculty of Ayurveda
Graduation: BAMS
Post graduation: MD (Ayurveda Vachaspati)

Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts
Graduation: B.Arch,
Post graduation: MFA

Last Updated on : March 25, 2016

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